The following crimes and suspicious incidents were reported by to Southampton Town Police for points east of the Shinnecock Canal.
- A dispute over a parking space may have led to a tire being slashed. Two women had a brief dispute over spot on Ocean Road, near Surfside Drive, on Aug. 20 at around 5 p.m. When one woman returned to her vehicle two hours later she noticed two, one-inch gashes in her front passenger side tire.
- One woman said another woman stole her sterling silver cubic zirconium engagement ring while on Snake Hollow Road on Aug. 25. Police questioned the other woman, who denied the theft, nor was the ring found in her possession.
- Police responded to a motor vehicle accident in which a woman fled the scene after damaging a parked vehicle. According to police, the woman struck and damaged a 2010 Hyundai in the late hours of Aug. 24 and then pulled into her driveway for the night. The owner of the damaged vehicle was able to identify her. Police contacted the woman at her home and issued a summons for leaving the scene, which she claimed she did because it was late and she didn't know what to do or who to contact.
- According to police an unknown person managed to link a new Chase account with a victim's existing Chase account and transfer $22,200 from the victim’s account in two separate transactions. The victim filed a report on Aug. 20. The account has since been closed.
- A man said he had tied a canoe to a tree on his property at the edge of Big Fresh Pond in North Sea. When he returned to the spot on Aug. 19, the canoe was nowhere to be found. He told police that he hadn’t given anyone permission or authority to take it.
- Police rushed to the scene of an attempted burglary in Sag Harbor on Aug. 20 at around 11:30 p.m. According to police, someone tried to break into the residence by smashing a window with a rock and cutting through multiple screens and the house alarm went off. Riverhead police responded with a K-9 unit, as well as town police. No suspects were found, but police did collect blood evidence.